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Vox

In Colorado, a glimpse of renewable energy's insanely cheap future
Vox
One way to make wind and solar more firm (ahem) is to attach storage, which can store excess production during the day when it's cheap and sell it into the system at night when it's more valuable. Storage extends the amount of time a renewable energy ...
Interview With John Kostyack & David Gardner — A New Wind Energy Foundation Report (CleanTechnica Exclusive)CleanTechnica

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The Denver Post

Could Colorado's green energy debate go big in 2018?
The Denver Post
By Grace Hood, Colorado Public Radio. DENVER — Brian Bagley isn't the first person that comes to mind when you picture a wind or solar advocate. The 40-something Longmont mayor has a concealed carry permit and wears cowboy boots. Four antique shotguns ...


Mother Jones

Can This Colorado City Really Afford 100-Percent Clean Energy ...
Mother Jones
This story was originally published by Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The first things you see driving down from the Rocky Mountains into Pueblo, Colorado, are smoke stacks. Three big ones sprout from the ...

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Could Colorado's green energy debate go big in 2018? - Aurora ...
Aurora Sentinel
"I'm getting a lot of hits from the far right, saying 'Oh, Bagley, you caved to the left. You tree hugger, you.' What they don't understand is it makes economic sense," he said. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , Updated: January 15, 2018 10:41 am. AddThis ...

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Colorado Public Radio

Could 2018 Be The Year Colorado's Green Energy Debate Goes Big?
Colorado Public Radio
It's a topic the public will hear lots more about this year. The Compact of Colorado Communities is expected to discuss both climate change goals and clean energy during their conference later in January. Some Democratic governor candidates want the ...

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The Denver Post

The Colorado Energy Office averted a shutdown. Now it looks to avoid repeat of last session's funding stalemate
The Denver Post
The 40-year-old Energy Office has become a political football in recent years — a proxy for Colorado's broader fight over the state's role in reducing emissions that contribute to climate change. Today, it's tasked with promoting renewable energy ...


Colorado Public Radio

Colorado's Renewable Energy Industries Brace For Shifting Winds On Tax Policy
Colorado Public Radio
Solar and wind have been fastest growing energy sources in United States in general, and in 2015 — the most recent year for which data is available — they made up nearly 20 percent of Colorado's energy mix. Tax policy changes that affect the industry ...
Tax Tool Crucial to Wind, Solar Appears Spared in GOP DealBloomberg
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - gov.house.docsgov.house.docs

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InsideClimate News

24-Hour Solar Energy: Molten Salt Makes It Possible, and Prices Are Falling Fast
InsideClimate News
Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels can displace fossil fuels during the day, and wind turbines can do the same as long as it's windy. But molten salt towers may be able to meet the challenge of electricity on demand, and push more older, dirtier fossil ...


Readers Write: Jan. 16, 2018
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Kodiak Island in southern Alaska has been almost entirely powered by wind and hydro power since 2014. Burlington, Vermont, achieved 100 percent renewable electricity in 2014, and it is estimated to save $20 million over the next two decades. Aspen ...


Eaton, US Department of Energy to Enhance Collaboration on Innovative Energy Solutions at National Renewable ...
Business Wire (press release)
... commercialization of new energy-related technologies, power management company Eaton and the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have entered into a cooperative agreement to co-locate approximately 15 ...

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